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. >>> surprise moves. jerry sandusky waives his right to a preliminary hearing. what he sayless after court. ,,, >>> it is just before 6:30. 41 degrees and clear. here are some of the stories people are talking about tonight. a surprise legal move by former penn state assistant coach, jerry sandusky. he waived his right to a preliminary hearing, meaning the case goes directly to trial. manuel gallegus reports for wjz. the decision spares a number of accusers from having to relive their stories on the stand. >> reporter: jerry sandusky told the outside court he would prove he is not guilty of child sex abuse. >> stay the course. fight for four quarters. we'll wait the opportunity to present our side. >> reporter: the former penn state assistant coach waived his preliminary hearing just before it was about to start. his lawyer says he waited until the last minute because he wanted prosecutors to agree to share vital information and also to spare his client from further accusations. >> what you would have heard would have been the commonwealth's case. not our case. because today is not the tim
what he saw between former coach jerry sandusky and a young boy. manuel gallegus reports from harrisburg. but first, we must warn you, some of what you are about to hear is disturbing. >> reporter: penn state assistant football coach, mike nothing mcqueary -- mike mcqueary left the courthouse giving damaging testimony against sandusky and two college officials. he testified that he saw sandusky, having what he believed to be sexual intercourse with a 10-year-old boy in the shower in 2002. he said he heard quote rhythmic slapping sounds and that he shockingly and surprisingly saw jerry in the shower with the boy. that jerry was behind the boy, in a very, very close position, holding the boy's waist, the boy's hands, up against the shower wall. mcqueary said he didn't try to stop it or call police because sandusky and the boy separated before he left the locker room. he testified he didn't say anything to sandusky, who looked back at him with a blank stare. >> reporter: mcqueary said he immediately called his father. the next morning, he met with coach joe paterno and told him e
on their conditions. >>> more victims and new sexual assault allegations, land former penn state coach jerry sandusky behind bars. he was arrested today and charged with abusing two more underaged boys. drew levinson reports for wjz with the latest. >> reporter: police watch jerry sandusky from his home, wearing handcuffless. the former penn state football coach now faces 12 additional charges of sexually abusing two more young boys. that brings the total number of sex charges he faces to 52. and the number of alleged victims to 10. before the arrest, sandusky's attorney responded to reports that another accuser had come forward. >> jerry has denied those allegations as he has the original allegations. but we're hoping we'll get more information as we proceed. >> reporter: the 67-year-old sandusky went on record after the initial allegation, denying the charges. while admitting he was very physical with many boys, even sleeping with them alone in hotel rooms. showering with them, and touching their legs. sandusky says, it was completely innocent. >> reporter: a lot of people find it inappropriate. bu
of jerry sandusky breaks her silence. what she's saying about these sex abuse claims tonight. >>> please help me. at home. >> a hostage's desperate plea, sent a year ago. find out why his family just released his call for help. >>> lawmakers on one side. law enforcement on the other. i'm pat warren. coming up on eyewitness news. finding the medical marijuana middle ground. >>> and your updated first warning weather forecast is coming up as well. ,,,,,, woman: we had been called up for the first time. wildfires were getting close to homes. at that moment, i got my first taste of just how important the guard is. announcer: be there for your community, at nationalguard.com. >>> the debate over medical marijuana -- marijuana in maryland had a new twist. those assigned to figure out how to administer it cannot agree on a plan. >> these marijuana users do something at the risk of conviction. >> i didn't want to do something illegal. but i was driven to eat and i feel better. >> do i want to do anything illegally, no. do i want to be able to get it legally? yes. >> reporter: baltimore native mo
bet they did. >>> out on bail. how accused child abuser jerry sandusky able to come up with the cash? and what his wife say about the allegation. >>> i'm alex demetrick. coming up, an eagle in trouble. and the fight to save it. that story as eyewitness news continues. >>> the lady ravens go shopping for a good cause. i'm monique griego. coming up, we'll have more on how they're making christmas happen for baltimore families. >>> chilly night ahead. stick around for the updated first warning weather forecast. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> the bald eagle may be a national symbol. but it takes local help to rescue alex demetrick reports, that's what happens. >> if a bald eagle can't fly, it can't feed or protect itself. >> i think because it was out there for so long, with not a lot of nourishment, that it was getting weaker. and jpped just didn't seem to do much. >> he responded when outdoorsman adam glasgow came through. after it was netted. he covered its head with a towel. >> and i slid down until i could get to its legs and feet. once i had its feet, i knew i would not get hit by the talons
for one young man who accused former football coach jerry sandusky of sexual abuse expects at least five to testify. sandusky denies any wrongdoing. >>> at any time, disgraced governor rod blagojevich could learn his fate for corruption in office. he was convicted for trying to sell president obama's senate seat after he was elected. prosecutors want him elected. blagojevich's attorney says that he has already paid a price and should get just a few years. >>> president obama heads to america's heartland, trying to sell his taxplan to the middle class. as danielle nottingham reports from washington, lawmakers have just four weeks to strike a deal or taxes will go up. >> reporter: president obama laid out his case for economic fairness in front of hundreds of supporters, packed into a kansas high school. >> this is a make-or-break moment for the middle class. >> reporter: the president channeled one of his predecessors to argue that all americans deserve a fair shot at financial security. republican president theodore roosevelt delivered a similar plea in the same small town of osawatamy m
'll have the latest on the investigation tomorrow. >>> jerry sandusky will face some of the people people who are accusing him of -- hor end usous acts. >>> the preliminary hearing will be the public's first chance to hear directly from some of the young men who claim sandusky sexually abused them. jerry san dunky will be there with his lawyer, too. and his attorney says -- >> he's dreading it, as you can imagine. he's going to have to sit in a courtroom. including members of his family and friends, who are going to listen to some of these young men say horrific things occurred between them and jerry. >> and a key prosecution witness is also scheduled to tchtd. -- testify. mike mcqueary told a grand jury in 2002, he saw sandusky in a locker room shower in the penn state campus, sexually assaulting a young boy. according to the grand jury report, he says he saw a boy he estimated to be 10 years old, with his hands up against the wall, being raped pie a nake -- by a naked sandusky. but a new report raises new questions about whether mcqueary may have told a different story back then. the ha
jerry sandusky. >>> and wild weather. and it is far from over. ,,,,,,, >>> we're about a minute or so away from 6:30. it's 42 degrees and clear. perfect head downtown to the washington lighting ceremony. good evening, everyone. thanks for staying with wjz. here are some of the stories people are talking about tonight. blown away. some of the worst santa ana winds in years are blasting parts of california, toppling trees and downing power lines. in fact, as bigad shaban reports for wjz, pasadena has declared a state of emergency and closed schools. >> reporter: powerful winds pushed around this trailer with ease. gusts of up to 100 miles per hour in utah also knocked over more than a dozen tractor- trailers on i-15 ask shut down the highway for hours. the worst santa ana winds in years have led to warnings and advisories in six western states. schools are shut down in many communities. and hundreds of thousands are without power. this southern california gas station was mangled, after hurricane strength winds toppled a nearby tree. >> looking at it now, what goes through your head. >>
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